expurgation[ ek-sper-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF expurgation
Synonyms for expurgation
- reign of terror
- witch hunt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPURGATION
That which seems to me much the most probable is the theory of Expurgation.
In the meeting which followed the expurgation of the resolutions, the organizers of the movement lost control.
Much of this theory of expurgation of the Iliad and Odyssey seems to me to rest on the assumption of .
It does not appear to me that this theory of expurgation, all important as it is, can be easily understood.
"The spirit that hated cruelty" has left the facts where it found them; there is no expurgation of them.
A great number of States have expressly instructed their senators to vote for this expurgation.
Hence the expurgation of masterpieces that an artist might appear as commonplace a bourgeois as his commentator.
When books were delivered to the tribunals for expurgation, the habitual delays must have been exasperating.
In the very act of expurgation it lives; for what is taken from one page is placed on another.
I do not assume to say that the question of this expurgation was a leading, or a controlling point in the issue of this election.